13th September 2017
With the Withdrawal Bill passing the “second reading” vote (see my FT post here) and the Brexit negotiation talks now passed their third round, Brexit is now firmly in (what can be called) its “process” phase.
Until the second reading vote, it was open to the UK government to start again with a Bill with less wide-ranging scope. But now the government is committed to this approach.
I plan to write later today at the FT on the significance of Brexit now being a process thing, with all the preliminary manoeuvers (or lack of manoevres) out of the way.
If you want to follow both the Brexit negotiations and the Withdrawal Bill aspects of the process, do have a look at my (updated) resource page on the negotiations and my guide to the withdrawal bill.
— Tom Gauld (@tomgauld) September 11, 2017
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